This volume in the qAdvances in Management Information Systemsq series offers a state-of-the-art survey of information systems research on electronic commerce. Featuring chapters by leading scholars and industry professionals, it provides the framework for understanding the business trends, emerging opportunities, and barriers to overcome in the rapid developments taking place in electronic business and the digital economy. Researchers, students, and practitioners - anyone interested in the current issues and future direction of electronic commerce, especially from the standpoint of information systems and information technology - will find this book to be an authoritative source of cutting-edge information. The volume is divided into four parts: Part I covers the fundamental issues of information technology standards and the transformation of industry structure; Part II focuses on B2B commerce; Part III investigates the management of mobile and IT infrastructure; and Part IV includes trust, security, and legal issues that undergird the success of e-commerce initiatives.Froomkin, M.A. The essential role of trusted third parties in electronic commerce. ... IBC Conference on Digital Signatures, Sydney, 1997. ... Jacoby, J.; Szybillo, G.; and Busato-Schach, J. Information acquisition behavior in brand choice situations. ... University of Minnesota Management Information Systems Research Center Working Paper No. ... The Internet Law and Policy Forum, September 2000 (available at www.ilpf.org/groups/analysis_IEDSII.htm, accessed September 30, 2005).
|Title||:||E-Commerce and the Digital Economy|
|Author||:||Michael J. Shaw|
|Publisher||:||Routledge - 2015-05-15|